Brazil striker Romario bade farewell to international farewell last night, scoring on his final appearance for Brazil in a 3-0 friendly victory over Guatemala.

The 39-year-old, who was brought back for a one-off game four years after his making last appearance for Brazil scored the second goal of the night on 17 minutes.

The former PSV Eindhoven, Barcelona and Valencia player was then booked for removing his shirt as he celebrated.

Romario was substituted in the 38th minute by Grafite and escorted off the field by Rai, Branco, Viola and several other team-mates from Brazil’s 1994 World Cup winning team.

“Unfortunately, it’s over, but I’m very happy with everything I’ve conquered,” said Romario, afterwards.

Romario will continue his club career with Vasco da Gama at least until the end of the year.

Brazil, fielding a team of home-based players for the game which was arranged to celebrate the 40th anniversary of a television station.